← JC Rev. Ch 6-7 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Mount Siani
- a a follower of Jesus. The word means "learner."
- b where Moses recieved the 10 Commandments from God.
- c The name for a fallen angel who refused to accept God or His Kingdom. Another word for the devil is Saran, or the "Evil One." The devil and other demons were at first good angels, but became evil due to their own choices and actions.
- d Eternal separation from God that results in a person's dying after freely and deliberately acting against God's will (that is, not repenting of mortal sin
- e Latin root: pontifex - "bridge builder". originally associated with the highest leaders of any religion; now reserved for the pope
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The feast that celebrates the mystery of Christ's manifestation as the Savior of the World.
- The Nativity of Jesus is the story of our Savior's birth in Bethlehem. Two different accounts of the Nativity are given in the New Testament, one in the Gospel of Matthew, the other in the Gospel of Luke.
- From the word for "blessed," this term refers to a person who has been declared by the Church to have the ability to intercede for those who pray in his or her name. Beatification is a step toward canonized sainthood.
- The "disordered desire for or inordinate enjoyment of sexual pleasure"
- A trait of God that refers to his total otherness and being infinitely beyond and independent of creation.
5 True/False Questions
oaths → Oaths are solemn, formal declarations of promise. They are false when an oath is contrary to a person's dignity or communion with the Church.
Paschal Mystery → a follower of Jesus. The word means "learner."
Kingdom (or reign) of God → The Kingdom of God was proclaimed by Jesus and began his life, death, and Resurrection. This process has begun with Jesus and will be perfectly completed at the end of time.
grace → The "disordered desire for or inordinate enjoyment of sexual pleasure"
Jericho → God's gift of friendship and life that enables us to share his life and love. Grace introduces us to the intimacy of life with the Blessed Trinity.